Dublin, Ireland

Mount Usher Gardens

July 11, 2014

Mount Usher Gardens

Ireland is full of beautiful, quiet places where I love coming back. Mount Usher Gardens is one of them. But it’s really hard for me to try to describe why is it so amazing, as I keep being awed by almost every garden I visit. I hope photos will describe it better than my words.

Mount Usher Gardens

You can find plenty different plants here, but that is not one of those French gardens where everything is aligned, this garden is wild. I can only imagine how much work was put into creating a garden like this, I know that it wasn’t accident. Mount Usher Gardens

This lack of control makes you feel more welcomed, it’s cosy, quiet and friendly.

Mount Usher Gardens

There are parts that are covered in shade, where you hear the river flowing and there are spots where if you are lucky you can get soaked with the sun.

Mount Usher Gardens

I notice more and more that places I like are places where I feel good. Mount Usher makes me feel calm and happy. It’s perfect if you need to just catch your breath.  

Mount Usher Gardens

Of course it wouldn’t be truly Irish garden if it hadn’t a cafe or two. So after a walk you can grab some lunch.

Mount Usher Gardens

Mount Usher Gardens

Mount Usher Gardens & Café,

Ashford, Co. Wicklow, Ireland 

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  • Reply Edita July 11, 2014 at 12:40

    Gardens are lovely!

    • Reply Magda July 16, 2014 at 11:27

      I know Edita, have you ever been there?

  • Reply Angie (@angiesrecipess) July 12, 2014 at 16:11

    Very beautiful! I would love to visit it too.
    Have a nice weekend!

    • Reply Magda July 16, 2014 at 11:27

      Thank you Angie :) Give me a shout when you are planning your trip to Ireland :)

  • Reply Lisa Kind July 12, 2014 at 18:47

    Ireland is certainly a beautiful country. I was just there for 10 days on the west coast. I visited there before 20 years ago and found it enchanting both times. Not so much the driving however! ;-)

    • Reply Magda July 16, 2014 at 11:30

      I agree Lisa, I find that Irish landscape is as enchanting and romantic as one would ever imagine. I don’t drive, but my partner does and he finds it alright. It took him only a moment to adapt, and most roads is either very calm, or they are motorways :)

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